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Also to be considered are sober living homes, which are multiplying like wildfire due to profitable arrangements for the owners of such homes, resulting in neighborhood blight, in families where there are children. Not a good example to set!
So, please don’t consider just short-term rentals, but also sober living homes.
And what about homes where more than a nuclear family is living? Such as a whole squad from Mexico holing up against expressly prohibited association laws for single-family zoned and HOA’d dwellings?
We need to enforce all of the above. The U.S. government and state do not have the right to tell us what kind of neighborhoods we want.
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